Basiliscus Film is a Berlin based film production. As a full-service company, we develop and produce industrial and corporate films, web videos and TV reports.
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Kenneth Gjerrud lives for good food. Even as a child, he has a great desire: to run his own restaurant in the future. The future is now! In Berlin Schöneberg, the Norwegian operates the only Norwegian restaurant in Germany, the Munch’s Hus. And of course he prepares for us the traditional moose roast, because after all, the moose is something like the mascot of Norway. Kenneth Gjerrud now lives longer in Berlin than in his home country Norway. He feels good, but: "I miss nature very much, the peace and the friendliness of the people," he tells us during our shooting for the series 50 kitchens, one city. Honestly? We can not blame him.
In this series we look at some of Europe's most promising young architects and their most important projects. This time we meet the designers at Jarmund & Vigsnæs, one of Norway's most innovative architecture firms.
Between the years 1892 and 1910 Norwegian painter Edvard Munch created four different versions of “The Scream”. Despite its gloomy motif the painting is one of the most reproduced art works ever. Euromaxx looks at the history of this masterpiece.
Ten paintings that everyone knows. Ten painters and their biographies. Ten masterpieces of art history. Hundreds of thousands times quoted, reproduced and received. In the series "Masterpieces Revisited" we travel to the most famous museums in Europe, show their most famous works and try a new approach to each.
What are the characteristics of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to be an icon? Or the scream of Edvard Munch? Advertisers, designers, artists and art historians tell us why the old masterpieces are still very modern. They show us their interpretations and talk with us about their motivations.
In the ten-part TV series "Masterpieces Revisited" the Berlin film production Basiliscus Film dedicates ten pictures on behalf of Deutsche Welle, which gained cult status and our camera team made an extraordinary journey across Europe to the most famous paintings in art history.